SIA Door Supervisor Security

Vocational
GTS Solutions CIC

Course details

Course description

The LEV 6 Working as a Door Supervisor Within the Private Security Industry Qualification is delivered REMOTELY. This means that from now, GTS learners will be able to complete all their learning and assessments online form the comfort of their own home, allowing them to obtain the above qualification. The process is fully online, from registration right through to learning completion. Please note that there is a requirement to complete 2 days face to face training. The LEV 6 Door Supervisor Qualification will then allow learners to apply for the relevant licence linked qualification; The Door Supervisor SIA Licence. This licence will allow learners the ability to work in a variety of sectors including; Construction sites Building sites and office blocks Residential sites Retail outlets (non-alcohol related) And alcohol related premises including Pubs, Nightclubs, and Licensed Events

Provided by

GTS Solutions CIC

0131 516 3148

Provider website

1 St Colme Street

Edinburgh

EH3 6AA

Funding

ITA funding available

Entry requirements

Be 18 years of age Be able to communicate clearly in English (this will be assessed at point of registration) Correct ID – Passport, Driving Licence etc. Access to an email account, which must be accessed during training Access to a photo picture app Access to a signature app The ability to scan documents and send via email The ability to complete documents and send via email A quiet secured setting with no interruptions Access to a laptop/desktop with a camera Access to a smart phone Access to Wi-Fi Ability to access the ‘Zoom’ Platform

Course options

Course details

Short course

13th Nov 2020 to 13th Nov 2021

Cost: £200.00 (ex. VAT)

Venue details

GTS Virtual Classroom and Training Centre (Edinburgh) for Physical Intervention

1 St Colme Street

Edinburgh

EH3 6AA

Who to contact

Stuart Nicoll

Training and Compliance Manager

stuart@gtssolutionscic.com

01316296114

Apply for ITA funding